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Discuss 3 advantages and/or disadvantages of using forensic tools during an investigation? You may discuss any combination of advantages and disadvantages, but you must discuss 3.
Why is this an advantage/disadvantage?
What is 1 example of a way in which an investigation can be corrupted by not using computer forensics tools?
How would this affect the investigation?
What do you consider to the 3 most important forensics tools currently being used? Also, discuss the most important features of each of these tools.
What information can be accessed by using these tools, and how is this information used in the investigative process/what is the importance of this information?
What do you consider the 3 most important evidence processing laws that must be taken into consideration during an investigation?
Why are these laws important, and who, specifically, do these laws protect?
Please include references

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Discuss 3 advantages and/or disadvantages of using forensic tools during an investigation? You may discuss any combination of advantages and disadvantages, but you must discuss 3.
Why is this an advantage/disadvantage?

The advantages of using forensic tools during an investigation entail the ability to provide investigators with the scientific evidence necessary for convictions in a case. Therefore, utilizing forensic tools is imperative for effective forensic investigations.

What is 1 example of a way in ...

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